María Inés Drangosch

Born in Buenos Aires in 1956, she currently lives and works in Mar del Plata.
She studied at the Escuela Martín Malharro in said city. She received an important grant (de Perfeccionamiento) from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes and did an art clinic with the artist Claudia Fontes in Brighton, England.
She then conducted a workshop with the artist Erick Beltran in Can Xalant, Mataró de Barcelona, and participated in the LIPAC-Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center Project in Buenos Aires.
Since her meeting with Fontes, she began thinking of her work not just as pieces but as projects, with the installation arising as the most appropriate means of expression. With paper as an element to trigger ideas (fragility, marks, the passage of time), poetry and text as image are very present in the work she does. The artist wants her work to run some risk, be it the ink disappearing upon contact with light, the paper tearing when handled, or the blackboards being forever erased.
Of all the exhibits in which she has taken part, the most outstanding were: “Of roses, buds and other fables” in Fundación Proa (2005); “Music Box,” an installation made in Baltar Contemporáneo in Mar del Plata (2004); “Leaves for,” a project for Trama, in coordination with Pablo Siquier and Anne-Mie van Kerkhoven (2003); “Certainty of the birch that believed itself a book,” an installation in Lelè de Troya (2003); an installation in MOTP - Mar del Plata (2002 ); an exhibit in “Belleza y Felicidad” (2000); and “Unplugged” at the C.C. Victoria Ocampo, Mar del Plata (1998).
Outside Argentina, she has exhibited at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and is represented by the Jacobo Karpio Gallery in Costa Rica.

Fernanda Laguna

Born in Buenos Aires in 1972. She is an artist, writer and a curator. Since 1999 to 2007, she presented “Beauty and Happiness”, an art space that joined music events, poetry, performances and visual arts.
Since 1998 she is the director of the poetry editorial “Belleza y felicidad”. She had been part of the founder group of the editorial “Eloísa Cartonera” with Javier Barilaro and Washington Cucurto.
She won a scolarship to assist to the Guillermo Kuitka workshop, and in 2009 she won another scolarship to develop artist projects for the Foundation for Arts Iniciatives, New York.
She had participated in a lot of individual and collective exhibitions, like “El mensaje de las formas”. Galería Miaumiau (2009), “La ama de casa”, Galería Dabdah-Torrejón (2008); “Conversas”, 6 Bienal del MERCOSUR, Brasil (2007) “Vértigo”, Proa (1996). Individuales, C.C. Rojas (1994 y 1995). Her work was acquired by Malba and Macro (Rosario).
She had produced Theater performances and she published poetry books.

Daniel Joglar

Daniel Joglar was born in Mar del Plata in 1966. He works and lives in Buenos Aires. He is an artist, chemist and visual arts professor. He had also studied philosophy, biochemistry and Theology. He has been part of the Kuitka Scholarship (1977-1999), and in the Art Omi residency, International Residency Program for Visual Arts, New York (2007), and CentraltrakUniversity of Texas en Dallas (2009), among others. Some  of his many individual exhibitions highlights are: “The Invisible Jump”, Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, “Austin y Cosas sin hacer, cosas para hacer mañana”, Artists´ Space, Nueva York (2006); “Sonidos distantes”, at  Galería Dabbah Torrejón, Buenos Aires (2005); John Hancock Centre, Chicago, USA (2003); “Espacio experimental”, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires (1999), among others. He received the following awards: Premio Elena Poggi to the Begginer´s artist, Asociación Argentina de Críticos de Arte, Fondo Nacional de las Artes scholarship, Buenos Aires,  and the Artistic Creation fund from Fundación Antorchas, Buenos Aires (2002).

Mariela Scafati

She was born in 1973. Studied Visual Art and Graphics Design in Bahía Blanca. She won the scolarships of the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (2006) and Guillermo Kuitca (1997 to 1999). She participated of the Workshops Bogo-día, Centre du Soleil d’Afrique in the National Bienal of Photography, Mali, Africa, and a residence in the Centre de Art Contemporain 19, Montbeliard, France.
She created with Magdalena Jitrik and Diego Posadas the “Taller Popular de Serigrafía”. She had participated in a lot of urban interventions and actions in collaboration with another artists.

Marcela Sinclair

She was born in 1968 in Buenos Aires. She studied painting in the “Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón” and she is a graduated of Visual Arts by IUNA (2004).
She has participated in colective exhibitions in CCEBA, C.C.Recoleta, C.C.Borges, C.C.G.San Martín, ArteBA, Museo Castagnino, Pasaje Pam (Rosario), C.E.P.I.A. (Córdoba), La vitrina de “Lugar a Dudas”, Sala de la Escuela Departamental de Bellas Artes (Cali, Colombia), etc. Her work is part of the Museum of Nacional de Bellas Artes de Neuquén and the Museum of Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario collections.

Ismael Pinkler

Nació en Buenos Aires en 1983. Realizó estudios en técnicas de grabación, audio digital y música electroacústica.
En 2004 realizó la ambientación con música original de la exposición “Premio de Arte Joven Phillips” en el Centro Cultural Recoleta y en 2008 diseñó el sonido de la instalación “La mañana del mundo”, de Leopoldo Estol en la Galería Ruth Benzacar.
Entre sus ediciones discográficas se destacan su debut en vinilo Trote EP por el sello berlinés Meteosound y la inclusión del tema “Escapismo” en el compilado aniversario por las 100 ediciones de Shitkatapult. Además de su proyecto solista colabora compositivamente con Gustavo Lamas, Pablo Reche y Maximo Graesse. En el rol de productor realizó mezclas, producciones y remixes para artistas del pop independiente como Aldo Benitez, Djs Pareja, Isla de los Estados, Lile, Olga, y Gaby Bex.